BF Homes Parañaque

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BF Homes Parañaque, officially Barangay BF Homes, is a gated community and administrative division in southern Metro Manila, the Philippines.wikipedia
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Banco Filipino

Banco Filipino Savings and Mortgage Bank
It was formerly known as Las Piñas-Parañaque BF Homes and was developed by Banco Filipino owner Tomas Aguirre in 1968.
It is also known for property developments such as BF Homes, subdivisions in Parañaque, Quezon City and Las Piñas.

Parañaque

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It is one of the sixteen barangays that make up Parañaque and is the city's largest barangay and southernmost village. His fortunes from the family business were able to help him invest in 765-hectares of agricultural land, mostly from the area of Barrio San Dionisio in Parañaque, as well as that from neighboring Las Piñas and Muntinlupa (all three cities then considered a municipalities of Rizal until 1975, when they became incorporated into Metro Manila), and formed what became known as the southern branch of BF Homes.
Robinsons operates one mall inside BF Homes and one supermarket.

Las Piñas

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As a subdivision, the local term for gated community, its territory includes portions of neighboring cities, Las Piñas and Muntinlupa. His fortunes from the family business were able to help him invest in 765-hectares of agricultural land, mostly from the area of Barrio San Dionisio in Parañaque, as well as that from neighboring Las Piñas and Muntinlupa (all three cities then considered a municipalities of Rizal until 1975, when they became incorporated into Metro Manila), and formed what became known as the southern branch of BF Homes.
The Las Piñas Friendship Route network serves as the alternate routes on the congested routes, but motorists have to obtain and display a sticker on their vehicle to use these routes, as most roads of the network are located in privately owned subdivisions (gated communities), like BF Homes, Pilar Village, and BF Resort.

San Dionisio, Parañaque

San Dionisio
The larger portion of the development in Parañaque was carved out of the village of San Dionisio to form its own barangay in 1978. His fortunes from the family business were able to help him invest in 765-hectares of agricultural land, mostly from the area of Barrio San Dionisio in Parañaque, as well as that from neighboring Las Piñas and Muntinlupa (all three cities then considered a municipalities of Rizal until 1975, when they became incorporated into Metro Manila), and formed what became known as the southern branch of BF Homes.
In 1978, the gated communities of BF Homes, Teoville, Goodwill Phase II, Irene-ville, Santa Rita Village and Jackielou Subdvision were carved out of San Dionisio to form the present barangay of BF Homes Parañaque.

Vizconde murders

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The Vizconde murder case, colloquially known as the Vizconde massacre, was the multiple homicide of members of the Vizconde family on 30 June 1991 at their residence in BF Homes, Parañaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Koreans in the Philippines

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The subdivision, which initially catered to middle class Filipino families, is noted for its high concentration of South Korean expatriates, with local residents saying that every fifth or sixth door has a Korean business behind it such as a restaurant, travel agency, taekwondo gym, or used appliance seller.
As early as 2002, BF Homes in Parañaque had been noted for its high concentration of Koreans, with local residents saying that every fifth or sixth door had a Korean business behind it such as a restaurant, travel agency, taekwondo gym, or used appliance seller.

Ram Revilla

Ramgen Revilla
Revilla was murdered by an unidentified assailant in his family residence at BF Homes in Parañaque City on October 28, 2011 with his younger sister Ma. Ramona Belen (Mara) and girlfriend Janelle Manahan present in the crime scene.

Gated community

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BF Homes Parañaque, officially Barangay BF Homes, is a gated community and administrative division in southern Metro Manila, the Philippines.

Metro Manila

National Capital RegionManilaMetropolitan Manila
BF Homes Parañaque, officially Barangay BF Homes, is a gated community and administrative division in southern Metro Manila, the Philippines. His fortunes from the family business were able to help him invest in 765-hectares of agricultural land, mostly from the area of Barrio San Dionisio in Parañaque, as well as that from neighboring Las Piñas and Muntinlupa (all three cities then considered a municipalities of Rizal until 1975, when they became incorporated into Metro Manila), and formed what became known as the southern branch of BF Homes.

Barangay

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It is one of the sixteen barangays that make up Parañaque and is the city's largest barangay and southernmost village.

Muntinlupa

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As a subdivision, the local term for gated community, its territory includes portions of neighboring cities, Las Piñas and Muntinlupa. His fortunes from the family business were able to help him invest in 765-hectares of agricultural land, mostly from the area of Barrio San Dionisio in Parañaque, as well as that from neighboring Las Piñas and Muntinlupa (all three cities then considered a municipalities of Rizal until 1975, when they became incorporated into Metro Manila), and formed what became known as the southern branch of BF Homes.

Quezon City

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The development was part of the BF Homes project, alongside its sister branches in Quezon City, Caloocan, and Naga, and became fully operational by early 1970. Prior to the formation of Ayala Alabang in Muntinlupa, Aguirre already envisioned that a suburban community south of Manila would be ideal, as well as conducive for potential residents that wanted to stay far away from the busy streets of Manila, Makati, and Quezon City, yet hoped to stay close to their work and education, minus the large population.

Caloocan

Caloocan CityCaloocan (North)Kalookan
The development was part of the BF Homes project, alongside its sister branches in Quezon City, Caloocan, and Naga, and became fully operational by early 1970.

Naga, Camarines Sur

Naga CityNagaNaga City, Camarines Sur
The development was part of the BF Homes project, alongside its sister branches in Quezon City, Caloocan, and Naga, and became fully operational by early 1970.

Ayala Alabang

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Prior to the formation of Ayala Alabang in Muntinlupa, Aguirre already envisioned that a suburban community south of Manila would be ideal, as well as conducive for potential residents that wanted to stay far away from the busy streets of Manila, Makati, and Quezon City, yet hoped to stay close to their work and education, minus the large population.

Manila

Manila, PhilippinesCity of ManilaMaynila
Prior to the formation of Ayala Alabang in Muntinlupa, Aguirre already envisioned that a suburban community south of Manila would be ideal, as well as conducive for potential residents that wanted to stay far away from the busy streets of Manila, Makati, and Quezon City, yet hoped to stay close to their work and education, minus the large population.

Makati

Makati CityMakati, PhilippinesMakati City, Philippines
Prior to the formation of Ayala Alabang in Muntinlupa, Aguirre already envisioned that a suburban community south of Manila would be ideal, as well as conducive for potential residents that wanted to stay far away from the busy streets of Manila, Makati, and Quezon City, yet hoped to stay close to their work and education, minus the large population.

Rizal

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His fortunes from the family business were able to help him invest in 765-hectares of agricultural land, mostly from the area of Barrio San Dionisio in Parañaque, as well as that from neighboring Las Piñas and Muntinlupa (all three cities then considered a municipalities of Rizal until 1975, when they became incorporated into Metro Manila), and formed what became known as the southern branch of BF Homes.

Ferdinand Marcos

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In 1978, the Parañaque portion of BF Homes was regrouped with neighboring subdivisions, by Presidential Decree 1320 of President Ferdinand Marcos on April 3, 1978, as Barangay BF Homes.

Manila Memorial Park – Sucat

Manila Memorial Park
Despite its initial success and adequate security, the quality of the subdivision began to decline at the turn of the late 1970s when informal settlers residing along the nearby Manila Memorial Park branch gradually swarmed past its walls.

United States

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Consequently, the Aguirre family fled briefly to the United States.

Water supply

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Water supply has also been an ongoing issue in the subdivision.